Holding Court is back for another year, and in our latest episode, Geno sits down with former NFL referee and current NBC football analyst Terry McAuley. The two talk about Terry's memorable moments of his career, the state of NFL officiating and much more!
In our latest episode, Geno flips the script and is the one asking the questions with ESPN's Holly Rowe. Holly details her early days in the broadcasting industry, her love for sports, and she also open up about her victorious and courageous battle with breast cancer.
In the latest edition of Holding Court, Geno chats with famed musician Sheryl Crow, who talks about her high school track and field days, life as a country music star and her victorious battle with breast cancer. Then, Geno takes the mic and offers some one of a kind insight!
This week Geno talks with ESPN's Michael Wilbon, as the two bounce around the sports world. Wilbon talks about his upbringing in the sports journalism industry, life at ESPN and of course, his passionate fan hood for Chicago sports!
In our latest episode, Geno sits down with ESPN's Jeremy Schapp. The two touch on a wide variety of topics including: the impact of Schapp's father (sportswriter Dick Schapp) on both his life and career, his favorite stories over the years and how his writing career came to be.
In this BONUS BASEBALL episode of Holding Court, Geno is joined by the legendary radio voice of the New York Yankees, John Sterling. The two prepare for the Yankees-Sox showdown and talk about Sterling's favorite teams and players from his three-decade run behind the mic for the Yanks. He also delivers a special Home Run call for Geno!
In the latest episode of Holding Court, Geno sits down with UConn journalism professor and Pulitzer Prize winner Mike Stanton. The two discuss Mike's newest book, Unbeaten: Rocky Marciano's Fight for Perfection in a Crooked World and dive into the life of boxing's only undefeated heavyweight champion. You'll hear about Marciano's upbringing, his struggle to make it in such a tenacious sport and his final days before his tragic death in 1969. A must listen for any boxing fan!
This week, Geno hits the links and chats with Travelers' Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer, Andy Bessette. Andy discusses the growth of The Travelers Championship and its impact on the state of Connecticut, highlights some of his personal favorites from the event and also previews some exciting things to come to TPC River Highlands in 2019 and beyond.
Geno steps off the court this week and sits down with General Ellen M. Pawlikowski of the United States Air Force. The four-star general opens up about her rise through the military, daily responsibilities, and her love for the game of basketball.
On the Season 2 premiere of Holding Court, Geno is joined by former UConn great and Basketball Hall of Famer Rebecca Lobo. As a true WNBA pioneer, Lobo discusses the early days of the league and its rising popularity, her transition to television, and some memories from her days in Storrs.
On this March Madness edition of Holding Court, Geno is joined by author and college hoops reporter Seth Davis. The two recount the madness that has been the 2018 NCAA Men's Tournament, and give their opinions on all of the controversial subjects surrounding college athletics today.
Emmy award winning sportscaster Ernie Johnson becomes the subject on this episode of Holding Court. Geno and EJ discuss Barkley and Shaq, and what it’s like managing the cast of characters on TNT’s Inside the NBA. They also go in-depth on Ernie’s life at home that has become more public in recent years.
This week Geno is joined by World Series MVP George Springer. The New Britain native and former UConn star talks about how life has changed since the World Series, what it's like to face flamethrower Aroldis Chapman, and the challenges he's faced in overcoming a stutter.
On this thought-provoking episode of Holding Court, Geno is joined by op-ed columnist Frank Bruni of the New York Times. The two discuss much of what is going on in America today, from the political climate to the racial and sexual misconduct issues that have dominated the public conversation over the past year.
The two Hall of Fame coaches discuss the current FBI investigation in college basketball, Geno's favorite memory of Cal at UMass, and the worst thing anyone can say to you after a tough loss. Geno also tries to get to the bottom of why everyone in New England hates John Calipari.